December 26th, 2014
Prognosis of Diabetic Nephropathy require Persistent albuminuria (>300 mg per d otherwise >200 µg per min). These lab results must be confirmed on a minimum of two occasions 3-6 months apart. Other symptoms include a progressive decline in the glomerular filtration rate and elevated arterial blood pressure.
Kidney disease is often a typical complication or side effect associated with diabetes. Statistic show that as many as 40% of the patients diagnosed with diabetes for more than 15 years acquire this complication (Diabetic Nephropathy) .
Today,diabetic nephropathy is the most common type of chronic kidney disease that are treatment at the Regeneration Center of Thailand. Diabetic Nephropathy is also one of the most serious causes of other long-term complications that affect the morbidity and mortality for patients with diabetes. Diabetes is treatable but is directly accountable for 40-50% of all end-stage renal disease (ESRD).
The diagnosis of Diabetic Nephropathy follows screenings for micro-albuminuria and routine lab urinalysis during the onset of diabetes. The Patients might emanate other signs and symptoms related with having diabetes mellitus. over long periods of time Furthermore, early diagnosis and treatment using adult stem cells are always recommended. This prevents or at worst delays diabetes induced kidney disease ,pancreatitis, or diabetic nephropathy from worsening.
Cell treatment of Diabetic Nephropathy is an advanced and highly sophisticated medical procedure that used autologous stem cells (From the patients own body) which is tested,expanded then re-injected into the body to transform the damaged cells into new efficiently functioning cells. The main purpose of the stem cell regeneration treatment is to repair the damaged islet-like cells. If the patient discovers and treats the disease early with stem cell treatment for Diabetic Nephropathy, they will have a much better chance of fully restoring their damaged kidney functions and repairing the bodies natural function of secreting insulin.
Stem cells have the ability to alter the therapy the negative effects of Diabetic Nephropathy. In numerous instances, patients have completely eliminated the need for insulin injections, medicines even dialysis. The epithelial cells of the interstitial cell and the epithelial cell brought about by chronic inflammation, virus infection, and bacterium are renewed with the aid of Mesenchymal Stem cells. In addition to helping regenerate the pancreas, stem cell diabetic nephropathy can also slow down or stop progressive kidney diseases while simultaneously making the immune system stronger from other harmful etiological elements.
Number of Enriched Cell Infusions for Diabetic Nephropathy: 2-6 Injections of MSc Cells per treatment
Type of Injections for Diabetic Nephropathy Treatment: Autologous or Allogeneic Mesenchymal Stem cells from Peripheral Blood,Cord blood,Placenta derived or Adipose derived stem cells) via IV Drip or Intrathecal injection and/or lumbar puncture combination.
Rehabilitation Treatment for Diabetic Nephropathy using Stem Cells: Rehabilitation therapy for Diabetic Nephropathy is available at an extra cost if needed (2 hours per day and 5 days per week) . Medical visas and accommodations for extended stay can also be included upon request. Total time needed to treat Diabetic Nephropathy with stem cells in Thailand is about 14-21 days.
The Stem Cell Treatment for Diabetic Nephropathy will require a minimum of 14-21 nights total in Bangkok. Due to the varying degrees/stages of organ damage our medical team will need to better understand the patient’s condition and to pre-qualify the potential candidates before providing treatment options. Upon approval, a detailed treatment plan will be provided that will includes the specifics such as exact total number nights required in Thailand along with the total medical related costs (excluding accommodations or flights). To begin the qualification process for our multi-stage treatment protocol please prepare your recent medical records such as (Blood Panels/MRI/CT or Ultrasound Scans) and contact us today.